A Lady on the West End

Trevor Nunn, it would appear, can do no wrong. Following his hugely successful reworking of Oklahoma! a couple of years ago, he set himself the task of staging one of the UK’s favorite musical tales, the Lerner & Loewe classic My Fair Lady, which opened to raves earlier this year at the National’s Lyttleton and has since transferred to the West End. Resisting the current trend toward ever more technically complex shows, he has stayed faithful to his assertion that all good m

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